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Version: v6.1.0

Brief introduction

Process robot is a software robot for RPA Process automation, which is mainly responsible for autonomous operation or automatic operation of Process (Task) set by users. RPA (robotic process automation, i.e. robot Process Automation) refers to the automation of work Process through software automation to realize the business that was originally completed by manually operating computers in various industries.

The goal of Process robots is to replace human beings with digital labor to perform high-frequency, repetitive and well-defined work Task, help enterprises realize human-computer collaboration, let machines and people do what they are better at respectively, and let machines undertake more repetitive, boring and dangerous work, so that human beings can engage in more creative work, help enterprises improve human efficiency and reduce costs.

The authorization types of Process robots are divided into two categories:

  1. Attended - Floating License

  2. Unattended - Floating License

They have different authorization forms and rules, and different interaction methods.

Attended - Floating License

Authorized login through "user center address, user account and password" and normal use can be carried out after verification.

"Attended - Floating License" is adopted, and the authentication information is not bound to the machine code.

It supports viewing the online Process of the robot commander, and the user controls the operation of the Process, Process grouping and planned Task by himself, and supports local viewing of the operation log and screen recording.

Unattended - Floating License

It can be used normally only after the "robot commander's address and key" are verified to be correct.

"Unattended Floating License" is adopted, and the authentication information is not bound to the machine code.

Automatically receive and run the Task or planned Task assigned by the robot commander, and automatically return the operation results and other information.